It’s the white, filmy stuff we cut at when preparing chicken. Most of us don’t even consider it to be part of our anatomy. In high school biology and at the doctors’ offices we’ve seen lots of pictures of the human body: it’s all bones, muscles, organs, ligaments, and cartilage. But, it turns out, there’s a lot more to this connective tissue system, and it’s actually significant to everyone’s daily life, health, and often happiness.
In anatomical studies over the years, the connective tissue was removed to reveal the elements within. This tissue was tossed aside as if it were an inert casing, something akin to a sausage wrapper.
As it turns out, it is an integral part of our anatomy, a virtual living bio-suit that is interwoven and necessary to every system of the Human Body. There are connections and influences with the vascular system, the lymphatic system, the endocrine system and more. We are more like a sapling than we are an automobile. We are organic, not mechanical.
In reality, the ‘Tight Suit Inside’ explains a lot of our experience in our own bodies that heretofore have been a mystery. The Myofascial Tissue is literally the web which our physical bodies live within, defining and orchestrating how we move.
How we move defines how we live and how we live defines how we move.